Paul Mampilly first announced his presence in the New York investment sector about two decades ago. Since then, the highly sought after hedge fund manager has been pulling amazing investment deals for international companies, such as the Kinetic International and the Deutsche Bank. During an investment challenge organized by the Templeton Foundation in 2009, Paul pulled a surprise by gaining $38 million in return on a $50 million investment. He won that challenge.
Fast forward to 2016; Paul was back with yet another masterclass piece of innovation. After signing up with Banyan Hill Publishing, he set out on a mission to guide Wall Street’s aspiring investors to landing lucrative investment deals. He started a research service, Profit Unlimited, through which he gives informed investment advice to his subscribers. The service has so far managed to attract more than six million subscribers in a record of one year, with the figure expected to fluctuate in the near future.
Profit Unlimited subscribers are entitled to a new stock update every month. Mampilly sends them a research-advised newsletter that analyses potentially viable investment opportunities in details. As an additional benefit of this newsletter, the subscribers also access a weekly update on how their investment fairs in the market.
Just like the overwhelming subscription rate, the nature of reviews by Profit Unlimited subscribers are equally overwhelming. One subscriber wrote to thank Mampilly for helping him make his first ever sensible gain in the stock market for over three decades.
Mampilly secured his first job at Deutsche Bank in 1993 as an assistant portfolio manager. He was later promoted to become the portfolio manager in 1995. After attaining his MBA in finance back in 1997, Mampilly earned a promotion to the research analyst position. Since leaving the bank in 2001, he has since worked for ING Funds and Kinetics Asset Management.
Outside of the investment world, Paul Mampilly has for many years been involved in voluntary community work. Some of the notable organizations he has ever worked with include the International Center in New York and Big Brothers Big Sisters.